Online:Gedric Serre

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Gedric Serre
Home City Wayrest
Location Pellingare Manor
Wayrest Sewers II
Race Breton Gender Male
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Gedric Serre

Gedric Serre is a Breton private guard found in Wayrest. During the quest No Second Chances, he will appear in the Wayrest Sewers II along with Yahyif in search of his employer, Master Pellingare. He can be found in front of Pellingare Manor before the quest.

He serves briefly as a follower during the related quest.

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Gedric in Wayrest Sewers

He can first be spoken to at entrance to the sewers:

"What was it like to fight Master Pellingare's children? Don't tell my boss, but I never liked them."

If spoken to as a follower:

"There are hundreds of places in Wayrest for a noble to loaf about, but he chooses the sewers.
I bet all that privilege fosters eccentricity, after a time."

As you start moving through the sewers, you can overhear Gedric and Yahyif's conversations.

Yahyif: "I have a good feeling about these tunnels. Perhaps we'll actually find Pellingare tonight."
Gedric Serre "That was your opinion last night, too."
Yahyif: "Yes. And one day some Divine will reward me for my unwavering optimism."

When you come across some unconscious civilians in the first cistern after killing the enemies there:

Gedric Serre "Yahyif! These people are alive!"
Yahyif: "By the Divines! What are civilians doing down here?"
Gedric Serre "Drugged. I'm guessing kidnapped from the city."
Yahyif: "Damn it. Right, you stay here and help these people. I'll take our friends to find Pellingare."

When he is spoken with:

"By the Divines, look at these poor souls. I'll bet they were in line to become undead.
You and Yahyif go on ahead, find the Master. I'll see if I can get these people some help."

After the Pellingare siblings are put down again, Gedric will have caught up with you to confront Master Pellingare.

Gedric Serre "Pellingare!"
Gedric Serre "He's dead, you bastard! Yahyif is dead!"
Gedric Serre "Give me one reason why I shouldn't kill you!"
Master Pellingare: "Do what you want. I have nothing left to live for."
Gedric Serre "It's just you and me now."

Gedric can then be spoken with about how to deal with with Master Pellingare.

"Get out of my way. I'm going to kill Pellingare myself. All you have to do is look the other way."
Yahyif was killed by Garron. Garron is dead. Pellingare's children are dead. Isn't that enough?
"Of course that's not enough! We thought Pellingare was in danger. We came down here to rescue him.
Every shambling corpse in this place he created! I can't begin to count the number who've died because of his selfishness. No, for this he pays. Now."
Pellingare deserves death. I will look the other way.
"I'm glad you see things my way. When I think about all the suffering caused by this man and his children ….
Never again. The Pellingare line ends today."
Pellingare deserves a chance. He goes to trial.
"It's going to be like that, is it? Fine. I'll escort him to Captain Lucius myself. Maybe they'll see sense and burn him at the stake. Or maybe they'll let him go free.
Whatever happens now is on your head."
I need a minute to think about this.
"What is there to think about? He deserves death. But fine. Think about it. Talk to Pellingare if it will make you feel better. But you know I'm right."

If you decided to let Gedric take justice into his own hands, the following will happen.

Master Pellingare: "I had hoped otherwise, but I suppose it was always going to end this way. For all of us."
Gedric Serre "If only you had realized that before you let your undead children bury half the city down here. If your vanity had allowed you to alert the guards this—
I don't suppose that matters very much to you. Let's get on with this."
Master Pellingare: "Arkay, lord of the seasons, please forgive my children their trespasses, and forgive me mine for refusing to allow their departure from this world."
<Gedric kills him with his axe.>
Gedric Serre "It's done. Too late, but it's done."

If spoken to after sparing Master Pellingare:

"If he makes one wrong move, just one misstep, I'll end him. You have my word."


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